Pedro Gómez Millán is a Mexican born cinematographer whose work has been featured at SUNDANCE, CANNES, BERLINALE, TRIBECA & PlusCamerImage, among many other international film festivals.

He shot the multi-director omnibus features THE COLOR OF TIME (released by Starz) starring Academy Award Nominees Jessica Chastain, James Franco and Mila Kunis, as well as BLACK DOG RED DOG starring Logan Marshall-Green, Chloe Sevigny, Olivia Wilde and Academy Award Winner Whoopie Goldberg which he also co-directed.

Pedro photographed the film X/Y directed by Ryan Piers Williams and starring Golden Globe Award Winner America Ferrera, Melonie Diaz, Dree Hemingway and Common. The film premiered in competition at the 2014 TriBeCa Film Festival and was released by Entertainment One.

His cinematography credits also include HERBERT WHITE (starring Academy Award Nominee Michael Shannon, Sundance - World Premiere), THE CLERK'S TALE (Cannes Semaine de la Critique - World Premiere) and the documentary feature film SATURDAY NIGHT (SXSW - World Premiere).

He also shot THE INSTITUTE and in the sci-fi movie FUTURE WORLD he served as additional cinematographer, all projects directed by actor and director James Franco.

Pedro was the DP on MEMORIA, a feature film directed by Vladimir De Fontenay and Nina Ljeti, released in Theaters and VOD in 2016, and the feature film WOVEN which premiered in Los Angeles Film Festival that same year.

Some other titles theatrically released include HALF MAGIC, actress Heather Graham's directorial debut and produced by The Bubble Factory, SPRINTER, directed by Storm Saulter and produced by Overbrook Entertainment and ALL I WISH, starring legendary actresses Sharon Stone and Ellen Burstyn and actor Tony Goldwyn and released by Universal.

He received an MFA from NYU's The Tisch School of the Arts and was invited to participate at the Sundance Director's Lab in 2016.

His work on television includes Season 1 and 2 of the world acclaimed series  THE HOUSE OF FLOWERS, a NETFLIX ORIGINAL, and Season 2 of HERE ON EARTH, produced by FOX Networks Group and created by Gael Garcia Bernal and Kyzza Terrazas.

Local in New York City and Los Angeles. He's represented by APA and is a member of the International Cinematographers Guild Local 600.